What a dish, huh? I have a feeling more than one young guy tied one on with Zasu after hours to learn that little old ladies aren't always what they seem.. I learned that myself a time or two back in them years of youth I once had. lol
December 19, 2009 Subject:
Good for a watch or two.
Zasu Pitts plays a charming character here and even though the plot is pretty predictable, there are still some laughs here and there. So, I enjoyed watching it.
Sometimes it is a bit too dark though, but the overall quality is acceptable; OGG-version.
July 17, 2009 Subject:
Adore Zazu Pitts. Simple comedy, but if you are in the mood to just enjoy a light comedy this will do it.
Reviewer:The Bryson Bandit
February 17, 2009 Subject:
A diamond in the rough!!
Extremely good Zazu Pitts vehicle. Why they didn't make more Aunt Emma films (similar to The Thin Man series) is mystifying. This movie really is enjoyable & worth a look!!
Everything is predictable, but the movie is well done and enjoyable.
January 3, 2006 Subject:
Never heard of Zazu Pitts or the director, Jean Yarbrough, but from now on I'm looking out for anything they've done. As the reporter-guy says, "Aunt Emma, you're all right."
September 24, 2005 Subject:
A new old favorite
Delightful. Well worth watching twice. Entertaining and interest keeping throughout!
June 27, 2005 Subject:
Good, clean fun
Sweet old lady come gangsta comedy has its moment in every generation I suppose. Here it is predictable but never dull.
February 25, 2005 Subject:
Zasu Pitts is fabulous as the small-town Aunt Emma who goes to the big city for a boxing match and is mistaken for a lady gangster. She decides to play along for some great comedic moments. I really enjoyed this.